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. >> eric: bob, go ahead. can you defend the administration at all hearing on september 12 they labeled it a terrorist, al-qaeda terror attack and everyone out there, susan rice, hillary clinton, jay carney saying it was the movie. >> bob: with all due respect to our reporting on this, having dealt with the intelligence community for many years they did not confirm this was a terror attack on the 12th. these were intelligence sources who said they believed as i believed and everybody else believed it probably was a terrorist attack. the al-qaeda connection, everybody in eastern libya -- >> eric: bob, bob -- >> bob: let me finish. >> eric: please finish. what you are saying is incorrect. >> bob: it's not incorrect. i bet you whatever you want to bet, there is nothing, any intelligence report. i listened to the intelligence guys sit back and they guess what happened. how would they know? f.b.i. is investigating this. they weren't on the ground. if they knew so much about it, how come cnn got ahold of a diary by the ambassador? it's the most ridiculous concept i've heard. >> eric: so accor
bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: the obama administration coverup of an american debt. not a spy thriller or conspiracy movie. it's real. four americans are debt and it's all playing out in front of our eyes. fox news has confirmed within 24 hours of the assault in benghazi, u.s. intelligence knew it was preplanned and ladies and gentlemened it a terrorist attack, an al-qaeda terrorist attack. we have been saying this all along on "the five." thereon the obama administration trying -- listen to the obama administration thighing to spin the story -- trying to spin the story. they were aware of this by september 12. pay careful attention the dates. >> there is no justification, none at all for responding to this video with violence. >> we have no information to suggest that it was a pre pre-planned attack. it's not a reaction to the 9/11 anniversary that we know of. >> this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. >> eric: all right. here is president obama tuesday. >> there are
of students taking the test, and what it tells us about learning. >> ifill: plus, we talk with journalist bob merry. his new book explores how voters, pollsters, and historians judge presidents. >> you can't be a leader of destiny, as i describe it, and change the critical landscape simply because you got elected president and willed to do it. the country has to need that or want that. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> intel. sponsors of tomorrow. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: president obama faced an international audience today against the backdrop of a reelection campaign at home and anti-american vio
with a lobbyist? it doesn't make sense. that's my comment. host: our next call is bob on our line for independents. good morning, bob. came yeah, i live in sacramento, california, and we have undivided government here for a long time, except for when schwarzenegger tried to come in, and the results were disastrous. of course, the unions and democrats and so forth did anything they could to get them in line. if you want to see an undivided government for a long period of time with lots of new regulations and businesses leaving, like campbell's soup is leaving, closing down here in sacramento, california. comcast is closing their call center here, just in the paper yesterday. and another one i can't think of. but you're going see what's going to happen. the tax-paying businesses will leave the state and move elsewhere, and i don't know how they're going to get by. i'm 78 years old. if i was a little younger, i'd pull out of this place, and i've been here all my life. in fact, i was in business here for a while. host: hey, bob -- caller: i do not want to see the undivided government with the liberals
anniversary the leaders meet to prepare for the next great quake. bob welcome everybody to the anniversary. i got to say, the mayor gets it done. gooa round of applause for our e chief's wife. you look terrific. do we have sydney close five? -- close by. we will pass the microphone to the mayor for a couple of quick words. we have a fire chief and the police chief. >> good morning, everyone. 106 years since our earthquake. we do have a grandson? she was with us in 2009. goopublic works is here. this reminds us of the 3000 people but passed away in 1906 from the devastating earthquake, but the rebirth of our city is with us. i have been in all of these other positions where we are always prepared. and we are already engaged in recovery efforts. we were there with a whole staff. we have six we assure you that when the next big event happens, that water system will be there for us to deliver water with that 24 hours. a huge change from depending on this fountain. we are handing it off to generations of youth in the city to understand -- make sure they're prepared. go to our website, it tells you
with this guy sitting right here, bob costas of nbc sports. >> matt, some people are so upset they are now making videos to express their frustration. take a look. ♪ i just met you ♪ that play was crazy ♪ what's his number, i'll call, it maybe ♪ ♪ it's hard to call right every replay ♪ ♪ what's his number, i'll call it may be ♪ >> spawning creativity so we'll have more on that part of the story, too. >> points out the fact that they have to do something quickly. >>> then a woman who makes it halloween every single day. wears a different costume at work each day and has done it for three years and counting. this morning she's known as dressy jessie gotten dolled up for us in a nbc page's uniform much to the chagrin of our real nbc page. more on that coming up as well. >>> then a little bit later on we'll step into our "ask away today" machine and ask what you want to know about us today. >> let's begin with the referee crisis in the nfl that has fans and players alike blowing the whistle on the league. next's ann thompson is at league headquarters here in new york city. hi,
of the four but it did it cover in budget watchers. bob greenstein is on the senate priorities and that of president obama's transition team policy work. douglas holtz-eakin is president of the american action forum and headed the domestic policy staff in the campaign ad was the director of the congressional budget office. donald marron is the director of the tax policy center and member of george bush's advisor and acting director of cbo and finally, digamma rogers blogs as an economist and was the chief economist of the house budget committee for the democratic staff of the house ways and means committee. the format today will be relatively straightforward. each of the panelists will speak for five minutes. i will ask some questions and we will get a discussion going up here and then turn to the audience to give you all a chance to ask questions. we have people watching on c-span and on the web. if you are not in the room and have questions, please send them to publicaffairs@urban.org and the questions will come to me. let's start. >> thanks everybody for being here and for b
, vicri knows she was -- she was actively participating in this whole process. >> 67-year-old bob lock says he was only giving his girlfriend a mineral supplement. she recovered from surgery in san rafael. we were told it contained high levels of chlorine. he said he takes the supplement himself and hopes to clear his name of any wrong doing. >>> help the world's first netbook shared electric scooters. the company has 50 scooters and signed up online to use them and members pay $5 an hour or $10 a day for round trip scoots. train sg provide and had you don't need a motorcycle license. >>> pepper spray here at us davis cautiously celebrate their settlement with the university for $1 million. how one student plans to use her part of the money. >>> the reyes for president moves to one state that could make or break the election. the latest poll and the role that history may play. >>> a little bit cooler today across parts of the bay area but our weather pattern is changing. coming up when 90s return to the forecast and the hottest day for the upcoming weekend [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. yo
is as important for bob melvin and the boys. 2-0 and saunders and allows four runs and three strikeouts and 4-0 mariners. the a's were down in the 9th. see ya with a man on. that's a two-run shot. ties the game and the amazing a's do it again. we head to extras. two men on and gone. three-run shot and the a's walkoff with their league leading 14 times winning it 7-4. they are two and a halfback in the west and two and a half ahead for the angels of the wild card spot. giants and padres in san diego. i think i should wear this on the air. giants get on the board first. three-run shot off stultz. his third of the year and 3-0g-men. the next pitch and nady goes deep to center. may vin -- mavin at the wall and he is up and leaps and robs nady. what a catch. check it out. it took out a chunk of the wall in the process. baumgardner on the mound and he got rocked. headily and a two-run shot and padres take the 4-3 lead and two strikeouts and four walks as the giants lose it 7-3. the cal bears are becoming the sad sack of the pack 12. they gave up six more against the sun devils and yet another loss.
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of minutes with this guy sitting right here, bob castas of nbc sports. >> people are now making videos to express their frustration. ♪ i just met you it was crazy what's his number i'll call it maybe it's hard to call right never replay what's his number i'll call it maybe ♪ >> okay on the plus side it's spawning some creativity. all right. we'll have a little bit more on that part of the story too. >> it just points out the fact they have to do something quickly. >>> a woman who makes it halloween every single day. she wears a different costume at work each day, and she's done it for three years and counting. this morning, well, she's known as dressy jesse. she's gotten dolled up for us in an nbc page's uniform, much to the chagrin of our real nbc page. more on that coming up as well. >>> then a bit later on we're going to step into our ask away question machine and find out what you want to know about us today. >>> let's begin, though, with the referee crisis in the nfl that has fans and players alike blowing the whistle on the league. nbc's ann thompson is at league headquarters
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through ten strollers. before stumbling upon the bob. now a little beggar. -- now a little bigger and a little bulkier. for the money i love it. the single hold up to 70 pounds. and the duel holds 100 pounds. for my money, love, love, love the bob stroller. go back over off to the table. and, this is a boppy. sitting in boppy is big baby, my daughter's dolly. she will freak out when she realizes mommy took it. my husband calls it big creepy. i think you can figure out why. the boppy pillow, affordable for nursing moms or moms in general. if you don't want to nurse it gives you a lot saw part when you want to nurse. wrap it around your belly. sit down. put the baby on there. you can, you can nurse, very, very comfortably. when the baby is a little older. when big creepy can sit up on her own, this is a great way just to build a little bit of neck strength. what's nice, as well as the cover is removable. so if, baby happens to spit up or, or mess up on it, you can just put it in the laundry. okay. this is, i can highly recommend. sleep training night light. i cannot live without thi
intention. bob, miami, florida. bill, you missed howard's intention. his piece showed that some supporting president obama are clueless. i think i got that. ignorance can be found in every ethic group. dr. martinez, the bronx, new york. if stern asked white voters the same questions he'd asked black voters he could have gotten equal ridiculous answers. david, northville, michigan. bill, you let koppel escape when he said fox news leans rights, you should have pointed to the networks pointing left. why would i do that, dave? if i did that, i would a lo lose debate. i defended fnc. i don't need to point to another news organization in order to that. bill, tampa, florida. bill, you will raise for charity. applaud you both. we'll only raise that money if folks sign up for the october 6th debate in washington, d.c. see it on the net and sign up on thon therumble2012.com. going to be a lot of fun. i don't know what's going to happen. i'm bringing a concealed weapon.
for clinching a wildcard spot is down to 4. seattle in town. every game important for bob melvin and his club. saunders deep. trailing, 4 innings left. 4-0, mariners, as down 4-2 in the ninth, until this one. with a man, two-run shot, ties it up and the amazing as do it again. extras, brandon moss -- see ya! two men on, three-run shot and the as walk off the 14th time, winning, 2 1/2 back of texas. angels and rangers near a rain dlai. as did it again. alabama and michigan on deck right here. stay tuned for after the game with us, afterwards, as we break down the day in college football. >> and the as -- wow. they are a team that made strange trades in the mid-season. >> young pitchers and they continue to be amazing. we thought testify over, 4-2. and they tie it and win t. they will be in the playoffs. i guarantee. you don't want to faze face them in the first round. >> that's it. thank you for joining us. college football is next. we want to remind to you get our new alarm clock app from the
as the a's get closer to clinching the wildcard sot. every game is important for bob melvin and his boys. fourth inning, 2-0. michael saunders goes deep. straily went four, allowed 4 runs. 3-0 mariners. donaldson with a man on. outta here. two-run shot to tie the game. amazing a's do it again. we head to extras. bottom of the ten, brandon moss with two men on. see ya. three run shot and the team walks off for the fourth time this year. they are 2 1/2 back of the rangers in the west and 2 1/2 ahead of the angels for the final wildcard. >>> giants and padres in san diego. giants get on the board first in the first. hunter pence, three-run shot off eric stults. his 23rd of the year. just like that 3-0, g-men. next pitch. xavier out of cal, goes deep to center. cameron may be has a leap continue. great catch. took a chunk out of the wall in the process. madison bumgarner on the mound and he got rocked. third inning, chase headley two-run shot. padres take the 4-3 lead. bumgarner for innings. giants go on to lose it 7-3. all right. who has the bsst record in bay area college football right no
game is important for bob melvin and his boys. fourth inning, 2-0. michael saunders goes deep. straily went four, allowed 4 runs. had three strikeouts. 4-0, mariners. donaldson with a man on. outta here. two-run shot to tie the game. amazing a's do it again. we head to extras. bottom of the tenth, brandon moss with two men on. see ya! three-run shot and the team walks off for the fourth time this year. winning 7-4. they are 2 1/2 back of the rangers in the west and 2 1/2 ahead of the angels for the final wildcard. >>> giants and padres in san diego. the blue man group wearing their fall colors, i guess. giants get on the board first in the first. hunter pence, three-run shot off eric stults. his 23rd of the year. just like that 3-0, g-men. next pitch. xavier nady out of cal, goes deep to center. cameron maybe has a leap continue. great catch. took a chunk out of the wall in the process. madison bumgarner on the mound and he got rocked. third inning, chase headley two-run shot. padres take the 4-3 lead. bumgarner 4 innings. giants go on to lose it 7-3. all right. who has the best record
but obviously, bob ruben was his mentor and he learned a lot of his world perspective from bob ruben, head of the new york fed. the new york fed is a big financial institution, a quasigovernmental one, all be t but it does -- i think is reflective of somewhat of a mind set, large institutions are the center of our universe, the old saying what is good for the g; good for the usa what is good for city group good for the usa there is this mindset if you help them and make them profitable, it will help everybody else and they are two very different things. >> shelia, one thing about the book is a lot of criticism of tim geithner and the organizing principle of the book your philosophy versus his. seems lining you let president off the hook, tend of the day president obama hired this guy, he stuck with him at every turn, people said they should get rid of tim geithner, why isn't the criticism of president obama? >> well, you know, i don't know. i think we had a relatively young president, obviously, coming in. he had not been in public servais long time, he didn't really have his own people, h
bob wants it. bob teller founded this market that's become an unusual mix of new merchandise and upscale services. hard to believe that you can come to a swap meet, get your hair cut, get a pedicure, and get a manicure. we have areas that have produce. we have areas -- arts and crafts. we have some closeout merchandise. we also have frozen, chocolate-covered bananas, you know, which is where i started my whole business career -- with frozen bananas. yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy. i love 'em. sebak: well, in 1968, bob the banana guy decided to try to start a swap meet. teller: well, we started off as a company that we called "treasures and trash." clean out your closet, clean out your garage, and turn your trash into treasure at the orange county fairgrounds. by doing that, we created a crowd of people over a period of time. and as it grew, people with stores said, "there are more people at that fairgrounds on the weekend than i see in my store," so they came out and had outlets out here. the advantage of being here at the swap meet is there aren't very many places in orange coun
bob portman as his opponent in preparing for the debate. president obama prepared with john kerry. president obama has a four point lead over romney in the latest poll. it is a dead heat going into this debate. it is going to be fun to watch and you can watch it right here on kron4 and we will have the highlights but we will be showing you the entire debate on march 24th 7 news channel. it is comcast channel 193 as well as digital over the air 4.2. tune in for the big first presidential debate. >> election day is more than a month away but there's still potentially troubling cases of voter registration fraud still in florida right now. there is a third party firm that was hired to hit the streets and register voters. there was a debate as to questionable registration forms. the supreme court of the united states starts a new term today. there is an explosive docket. there is a range of issues on the docket. voting rights and abortion issues are among those. the last term ended with major cases including the controversial health care overhaul bill. >> a live look from the 405 in lo
one child more than another. bob bishop father of two did just that. writing a blog that said he has chosen a favorite son. it is stirring up quite debate on parenting sites. if he was to be absolutely honest my oldest son is the favorite of the two. he and i are adventurous partners in crime and i can't imagine life without him. bishop admitsen a follow up post, to me he is more fun. i don't love either of my sons any more than the other, but i do look them differently. i'd be willing to bet you are the same. online the response was swift and brutal. one reader writing, that favorite kid part could hurt someone's feelings one day. while another wrote, did you really write that your older son is your favorite? that's horrendous and cruel. but some people understand where bishop is coming from. there is some truth to what he says. i think all parents sort of favor one. >> reporter: this child psychologist, worries outward displays of favoritism could have ramifications for children as they grow. >> forming relationships with peers, teachers and other adults could be potentially more d
him. >> that's like bob and carol and ted and alice over there. >> stephanie: we are a truple. >> there are balls apparently -- >> i have not seen them for the record! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. jacki schechner thank you, honey. >> good-bye guys. >> oh, god! [ mumbling ] >> stephanie: oh, come on. everybody has like a pet voice. people have a professional voice, come on. max and fred are watching now. hi, max and fred. okay. 18 minutes after the hour. >> oooooooooh. >> stephanie: you are putting your head in your hand -- >> oh, sweet jesus. >> oh, sweet jesus! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. 18 minutes after the hour. oh, heavens, you know kids clearly i'm a little scattered, and if i hadn't remembered to back everything up in my computer i would be out of luck. that's why we have carbonite. backs up all of your files continually. carbonite always working, unlike you lazy slackers. >> yes, because jim and i only work three hours a day. >> stephanie: that's right. >> and then go home and play solitaire. >> stephanie: that's right. and carbonite never le
. it was noisy. and pretty quiet right now. the only people left are myself and photo journalist bob crowley. now he's moved on to ohio. what is the strategy? a lot of what you saw today, a lot of rallies to make sure the republican supporters and other independent voters here in new hampshire listen to what they have to say. lot of the strategy is also television commercials. and what you don't see, doesn't get a lot of news but is really important is the so called ground game. the field operations that the campaigns have in these states like here in new hampshire and in ohio where ryan goes later today. what's the polling look like here in new hampshire? take a look at this. this is from american research group. it's the most recent poll here in new hampshire. you can see the president with a five-point advantage. that's within the sampling area, so it's still pretty close here in new hampshire in the battle for this state's four electoral votes. >> the big debate is only four days away. both camps trying to present themselves as the underdog. does that work in their favor? how does that factor
. bob barrett calls it a party. >> they love it. >> reporter: for $175, barrett and his staff will come to your house, dump a five-foot gator like this guy in the pool, and let the kids swim for their lives. well, not really. >> it took off like wildfire. everybody loves having the gator pool parties. >> reporter: barrett runs this alligator attraction in tampa, florida, called, well, alligator attraction. he says the inspiration for his party idea came last summer when business was sluggish. and he saw all of the other options available for children's parties. >> you're 9, 10, 11 years old. you've already had the jump-a-roo house. you've had the bounce house. you've had the pizza party. you've had the clown party. you get to have a pool party with a gator, it's a very popular party. >> reporter: chris jones was looking for something unique for her son marshall's 8th birthday party earlier this summer. >> they really were so into it. >> reporter: it turns out, her son wasn't the only person surprised by the party guest. >> we allowed all of the children to come to the party and the pare
bob's case. >> so you consider these comments a step forward? >> yes, i do. i do. i hope that the iranian government and president mahmoud ahmadinejad will continue to work towards returning bob to his family. >> that's a really interesting story, charlie and gayle when we talked to them about that, indications that he's there, this acknowledgement there's some discussion of a swap and we'll see if there's some movement on this case. the family is missing their father and grandfather for more than five years. >> one aspect of that story that we didn't report which some iranians say he's in pakistan. i don't know whether that is in fact true or not or whether they were saying that or knew or were inform on the situation. >> sure did seem encouraging news for family. when i was watching i was thinking how they must feel. >> to go that far to say yes i know all about him and people have been talking about him. >> exactly. >> there's an interesting story in the "wall street journal" today that says cell phones are eating the family budget. according to the paper, government d
. >> brian: mike is on espn, his brother bob just texted me. he owns your cleveland franchise and he says if there is lfl referees in the nfl, even the ones hired, it's a disaster for the league. >> absolutely. >> brian: you guys watch a lot of football, too, right? >> oh, yeah. >> brian: what's the big difference between the game you're watching and the game you're seeing officiated before and after? >> i mean, it's totally different. the calls are definitely, as you said, they're taking much longer. we don't know what's happening half the time. they don't know what's happening. they're going to the coaches and finding out what's happening half the time, i feel. and the safety of the players is at risk. it's a much higher risk now because -- definitely face mask, horse collaring, helmet on helmet kind of. nobody is being called. the refs are trying to watch the game more. >> brian: thanks so much. ted made a pass at you earlier, didn't work. let's see if he can complete this one. jackie, go out for a pass on this? i know you're a quarterback, and then we'll toss it back inside. >> gretch
, bob casey leads 49% to 43%. so down ticket. going down ticket, the stench. >> you're going to have what's left of the republican party which is pretty much the remnants of what an actual party is. it is the hangers on. the people who wear the -- >> stephanie: doing a little wiggy. >> they call themselves the wigs. >> maybe just maybe we will actually move into a position where it's the democrats debating the green party for the next two decades and we actually have policy issues and real governing going on because you have two parties who actually look to the future, hoping it actually exists. as opposed to some sort of armageddon dust storm that will -- you know, what i'm looking for -- see the president come out like a super volcano kills all of the crops. >> stephanie: president of water world. karl in michigan, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi karl. >> caller: yes hi. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: yeah, well, it rankles me when i hear that romney's ahead with veterans and people who have 6
, thank you. who do we have next? if you can state your name and give it a -- >> i am bob reed withheld bt network and parent senate expecting youth vote dropouts is a high problem with them. going in the opposite direction i was a in a session about disconnected youth a few days ago where they were talking about i think in texas where there is a state that permits funding of using high school funding and i don't know all the details of her age 26. and so that is the k-12 system funding potentially should be made available for older students. i am curious if that is not another way to think of this rather than trying to get to 18 is compulsory. maybe it's about using elementary and secondary education funding for older students. >> real quick, as our high school of the student is 21, 19 or 18, if they need one or two courses, they can come and into credit recovery in those twilight high schools and receive their diplomas and we are very happy and proud to do that. give me the choice between having pre-k and moving money towards the 25, 26-year-old kids, adults, texas last year eliminated f
first at the nsa. >> how often are you talking to general alexander and bob muller at the fbi? is it sort of an ongoing process right now? >> it's ongoing, but the three of us do get together, and -- because we're building here. i mean, this is kind of a new way to look at this new and is evolving threat to national security. and so we have to kind of get out of thinking, thinking analog and think digital. i mean, we have to really move and really think of government institutions and how best they organize themselves. >> we're going the take questions from the audience which you're going to be writing down on index cards, but as we're waiting for those, i want to also get into the domain of cyber war fair, if you want to call it that. i know a lot of people don't like that term, but there was a senior nsa official, deborah plunkett at nsa, gave a talk in which she said something extraordinary, she said we're starting to see nation-state resources and expertise employed in cyber in ways we would characterize as reckless and disruptive behaviors x. what she was alluding to was o
. >> you don't dress in bob markey every day. >> stephanie: no, i would if he would send some stuff over. i would be happy to dress up a little bit. >> stephanie: let's get to our polling porn, shall we? like life gets happier and clappier right? >> before you say this -- >> stephanie: yes? >> everything could change tonight with mitt romney bringin' his "a" game. >> stephanie: chris christie say boom, ba-da-boom. >> zingers! >> non sequitur garbagey -- >> stephanie: don't pretend like you don't practice -- >> lakes pancakes. >> inside voice escaping in public. >> stephanie: don't pretend like you don't practice your zingers. >> he's going to be personal and human. >> stephanie: sure. a whole new day. >> he will be presidential and nice yet -- >> stephanie: all right, hush! >> going to turn the poll numbers to -- >> stephanie: here we go. women back obama 56% to mitt's 38%. >> you can make that up -- he can make that up tonight. with his personality. >> stephanie: black voters, 94 to 2. hispanics, 73 to
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